Tuesday, December 16, 2014

SC93 Contempo Christmas Banners and Snowflakes :-)

Hi Stampers! 

I wanted to create a few masculine Christmas cards and decided to use some retired Designer Series Paper along with the Stampin’ Celebration SC93 Sketch Challenge :-)

Again, if you have not already visited the Stampin’ Celebration site, I hope you will find the time to do so- great Design Team samples! 

To create this Clean and Layered (CAL) card:

Cut strips from the retired Candlelight Christmas Designer Series Paper and use the Hexagon Punch to create the banner points. 

Adhere a square panel of Very Vanilla cardstock to a piece of Early Espresso cardstock.  Add the three banners to the panel along with the 5/8” Triple Early Espresso Satin Ribbon bow.

Stamp the sentiment from the retired Contempo Christmas set using Early Espresso Classic Ink onto a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock.  Trim the panel and mount onto the Early Espresso card front.

Add the banner panel using Stampin’ Dimensionals® to the card front.

Add the punched Early Espresso and Very Vanilla snowflakes along with the Pearls to finish off the card

Stamp Sets: Contempo Christmas

Ink: Early Espresso

Paper: Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, retired Candlelight Christmas DSP

Accessories: Hexagon Punch, Snowflake Punch (Martha Stewart), 5/8” Early Espresso Satin Ribbon, Pearls

Thanks again for stopping by- I hope you have a terrific Tuesday and stop by again soon for the new SU-Only Challenge!


Linda van Wely said...

Love your card! A very nice take on the sketch! Love the colors! Thanks for playing along at Stampin' Celebration!

OttawaMom said...

That DSP is one of my favourites! I love the those banners and the snowflake embellishments are the perfect added touch! Thanks so much for joining us at Stampin' Celebration!

wienerhoneymooners said...

I LOVE and ADORE your Contemp Christmas card in chocolates!! LOVELY!! Thanks for joining us at Stampin' Celebration!

wendi said...

Love the card! Gorgeous colors!

Anita Krul said...

Love your card Julie! The colour combo is beautiful with that DSP... what is the green colour? Thanks for playing along at Stampin' Celebration!

Julie Gearinger said...

Thanks everyone for your sweet comments! Anita, the green is Lucky Limeade (which is very close to Old Olive) :-) Thanks again and have a Merry Christmas!!

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